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    How to remove Cellulite or black white marks on buttocks/pelvic region?

    Wondering how to remove black white marks on buttocks and pelvic region? Check out advice from experts on this page.

    Many male and female gets this problem of having marks on their buttocks. As you grow you don't notice them but they gets prominent in age of 20's. It is been bad feeling to see them even if you nice body structure. People who do swimming and other sports like try to learn gymnastics and sports/activity which require to expose small area of buttock feels awkward. What is remedy to remove these white marks by homemade and through medicine to make it tones like other body part? Consider situation of unmarried woman or man.
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  • #145197
    To remove Cellulite or black white marks on buttocks/pelvic region you must do following things :-

    >> Wear loose fitting, cotton underwear. As cotton prevents excess sweating
    >> Avoid shaving the pubic area. Because shaving damages the skin, causing scarring and darkening of the area.
    >> Always use an unscented, non-acidic, mild soap for cleaning the area between the thighs.
    >> Always eat a healthy diet that includes a variety of fruits and vegetables and wholegrain cereals.
    >> Avoid fatty foods to maintain good skin.
    >> Drink a lot of water as water flush out toxins and keep the skin smooth and hydrated.
    >> Use sunblock with at least SPF 30 to prevent exposed skin from darkening.

  • #145201
    There appears to be some confusion. Cellulite is fat. It generally accumulates on the thighs, forearms and buttocks, but it does not change the colour of the skin. Cellulite only makes the skin look bumpy, like the skin of a loose jacket orange. Cellulite will go away with regular exercise that aims at losing weight and toning the body.

    The blackish white marks that you mention appear to be 'stretch marks'. These marks appear when there is a sudden, drastic weight loss and the skin has no time to heal or recover. They occur because the skin stretches when we gain weight – the stretching takes place in the layer of the skin that holds collagen, which is just beneath the surface.

    There are many creams and lotions that claim that they reduce these marks, but the truth is this rarely happens. You can try applying Vitamin E oil on the affected area since it is known to be the most effective. You can use creams that boost collagen – these are marketed by quite a few good (international) brands.

    Alternatively, apply the pulp of Aloe Vera on the stretch marks and leave it preferably overnight. Aloe Vera has tremendous healing properties. Keep the area moisturised, as dryness can aggravate the condition and prevent the healing of the skin.

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